Race continues to be a determining factor when it comes to the inequalities of work, employment, and wealth.
Danielle Guizzo and Will Stronge outline what an economy geared towards real freedom would look like, including an updated welfare state and a shorter working week. In IPPR’s Progressive Review.
Social wealth funds are part of a newly emerging economic paradigm. Here is the ‘Remodelling Capitalism’ report in full, introduced by the authors and collected together with comments from a diverse range…
Political philosopher Michael Cholbi explores the concept of ‘adative preferences’ in relation to current work and post-work debates.
Danielle Guizzo and Will Stronge re-introduce Foucaultian concepts into the contemporary analysis of work, in the context of the ongoing discussions around a shorter working week.
Robbie Warin reports on the social structure of Deliveroo work and the social effects of automated management
In order to fully grasp the relationship between gender and work, it is essential to discuss what ‘counts’ as work in the first place.
The question of precarity is the question of the relationship between work and life.
Automation is not new; however it has recently expanded at such an exponential scale, that some claim we are experiencing a ‘second machine-age’ or ‘fourth industrial revolution’.
Since the financial crash of 2007-08, the rise of unsecured private debt has coincided with a prolonged period of wage stagnation and increasing levels of inequality.